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The Daily Dispatch: June 15, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: July 10, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Fighting --The Mayor yesterday committed Andrew Sexton to jail in default of $200 for getting drunk and fighting in the street, and sent Josiah Jackson to the same place for fighting in Thomas Philips' drinking house Jackson was induced to make the unpleasing demonstration because surcharged with fighting whiskey, and brimful of wroth and cabbages The Military.--A visit to the two camps of he Confederate Army at the old and new Fair Grounds, made yesterday evening, enables is to say that the men at both are under the best state of discipline — that they work daily many hours in acquiring the soldier's art — that they are constant in application and most zealous to excel. The men yield themselves steadily to the persuasive influences of their military instructors, (our nimble and accomplished little friends of the Military Institute,) that we take the fact for granted without section that they are deeply in earnest in what they are doing; and that is just the truth of the
The Daily Dispatch: July 10, 1861., [Electronic resource], The lead and copper mines of Wythe. (search)
Mayer's Court. --The following cases were disposed of by the Mayor on yesterday: Philip Schafer, assaulting Mary Miller in the street — case continued until the 10th.--John Kanaly, committed for getting drunk and lying down in the street; do. Werley L. Lowry, for feloniously cutting Michael Ashler.--Andrew Sexton, who gave security a few days ago, on the charge of drunkenness and disorderly conduct, was delivered up by Wm. Shanks, his surety, for indulgence in his old habit, and was sent to jail.--Harrison, slave of James Thomas, for trespassing on the premisses of the Fredericksburg railroad, was whipped.--Thomas and Mary Lilles were acquitted of threatening to assault Mary Downs.